Introduction This post is a collection of random writings on the innovation of different parliament, particularly on bilingualism and having disability-friendly websites. It is a hotch-potch of posts written on different dates mostly on Facebook and Linkedin. Canada Going through the website for Canada’s House of Commons (there’s Senate too),
The African Centre for Public Speaking usually conducts #rawleadershiptalk series on both Facebook and YouTube. I was invited by its host, Dan Mugera, on different occasions to talk about the law-making process and leadership and the law. The live interviews were both in English and Kiswahili. The Kiswahili version of
A Member of Parliament who is a wheelchair user disembarks from his vehicle within Parliament precincts. His aide assists him to access the Chamber. The MP has been working on an amendment to the Persons with Disabilities Act to align it to the new realities of a fast-changing modern world.